A free Succulent Swap and Upcycle Planter event, hosted by Artisan Community Garden, is scheduled for Saturday at the Community Memorial Museum of Sutter County in Yuba City.
Yuba College Theatre Director James Gilbreath brings the spring play, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” based on the novel by Mark Hadden, to the Yuba College Theatre.
What do you think of when you hear the word “safari?” More than likely, the term conjures images of an African hunting adventure with participants dressed in khaki attire supported by gun bearers and staff serving meals under large tents. Think Hemingway on his 1933 and 1954 safaris in East …
Yuba Sutter Arts is proud to host a community-wide art teachers’ faculty show in its main gallery in Marysville. Twenty of our local high school and Yuba College instructors have come together to display a wide variety of their artistic creations.
Yuba Sutter Arts’ “Art Everywhere” program is a collective of satellite art galleries throughout Sutter and Yuba Counties. The newest of these galleries has now been established in the historic Marysville City Hall at 526 C St.
Experience the joys of locally produced foods and locally created art at the seventh annual Harvest the Arts party put on by Yuba Sutter Arts. This year’s event will be Saturday, Sept. 22 from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. at historic J. Heier Farms, 4880 E. Butte Road in Live Oak across from the Country Vet.
“Oliver!,” a musical, is set to take the stage at The Acting Company in Yuba City on Fridays, Saturday and Sundays, July 13 through Aug. 19. The show is directed by Stephanie McClain Bollinger with musical direction by Debbie Collier and choreographed by Amanda Davis.
The Friends of the Sutter County Library and Yuba Sutter Arts are very pleased to welcome nationally acclaimed poet and Yuba-Sutter resident Marcello Hernandez Castillo for an evening of poetry readings and a conversation about writing and immigration issues.
The Community Memorial Museum of Sutter County has photographs by a professional photographer whose goal is to take photos of the more than 562 recognized Native American tribal nations in the United States.
Few artists have achieved the iconic status of Frida Kahlo. It’s as if she just stepped out of the latest reality TV show as a trend setter and culture disrupter. Yuba Sutter Arts will celebrate the culture, style, and persona of the visionary painter – an artist who continues to inspire wit…
In March, Yuba Sutter Arts announced a community-wide art project called “The Art of the Tattoo.” Open photography sessions were scheduled in tattoo studios and other locations all over Yuba-Sutter. Anyone could stop by one of the pop-up studios to be photographed and interviewed for the …